Our aim

4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering brings the expertise of different scientists and engineers together to anticipate the grand challenges societies will be facing.
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4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering wants to develop, apply and disseminate knowledge, methods and tools on Resilience Engineering for a wide range of application areas with the aim to:

  • Develop resilience thinking and resilient system design;
  • Measure, quantify and model resilience;
  • Improve coordination and governance of resilient technological systems.

Blockchain technology as a tool for resilience
‘Blockchain technology offers us one way of addressing the complexity of some of the challenges our world is facing. It fosters a new generation of transactional applications – from contracts to deeds to payments – that establish trust, accountability and transparency. Blockchain reduces complexity as well as vulnerability to human error and fraud. It is a tool for resilience.’
Louis de Bruin European Blockchain Leader, IBM
Strategic Advisory Board 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering

4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering wants to develop, apply and disseminate knowledge, methods and tools on Resilience Engineering for a wide range of application areas with the aim to:

  • Develop resilience thinking and resilient system design;
  • Measure, quantify and model resilience;
  • Improve coordination and governance of resilient technological systems.

Blockchain technology as a tool for resilience
‘Blockchain technology offers us one way of addressing the complexity of some of the challenges our world is facing. It fosters a new generation of transactional applications – from contracts to deeds to payments – that establish trust, accountability and transparency. Blockchain reduces complexity as well as vulnerability to human error and fraud. It is a tool for resilience.’
Louis de Bruin European Blockchain Leader, IBM
Strategic Advisory Board 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering

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Our aim

4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering wants to develop, apply and disseminate knowledge, methods and tools on Resilience Engineering for a wide range of application areas with the aim to:

  • Develop resilience thinking and resilient system design;
  • Measure, quantify and model resilience;
  • Improve coordination and governance of resilient technological systems.

Blockchain technology as a tool for resilience
‘Blockchain technology offers us one way of addressing the complexity of some of the challenges our world is facing. It fosters a new generation of transactional applications – from contracts to deeds to payments – that establish trust, accountability and transparency. Blockchain reduces complexity as well as vulnerability to human error and fraud. It is a tool for resilience.’
Louis de Bruin European Blockchain Leader, IBM
Strategic Advisory Board 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering

4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering wants to develop, apply and disseminate knowledge, methods and tools on Resilience Engineering for a wide range of application areas with the aim to:

  • Develop resilience thinking and resilient system design;
  • Measure, quantify and model resilience;
  • Improve coordination and governance of resilient technological systems.

Blockchain technology as a tool for resilience
‘Blockchain technology offers us one way of addressing the complexity of some of the challenges our world is facing. It fosters a new generation of transactional applications – from contracts to deeds to payments – that establish trust, accountability and transparency. Blockchain reduces complexity as well as vulnerability to human error and fraud. It is a tool for resilience.’
Louis de Bruin European Blockchain Leader, IBM
Strategic Advisory Board 4TU Centre for Resilience Engineering